Brittany Snow has been cast in NBC's new presidential pilot 1600 Penn.
The comedy centers on the most ordinary family in the world — who just so happen to live at the White House. Snow will play...
Autumn Reeser, who co-starred on ABC's No Ordinary Family last season, will return to the network in Shawn Ryan's drama pilot Last Resort, Deadline reports.
Pilot Season: Andre Braugher lands lead in Shawn Ryan's Last Resort
The project follows a U.S. nuclear ...
Daisy Betts has been cast in ABC's drama pilot Last Resort, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Executive-produced by Shawn Ryan (Lie to Me), the series follows a U.S. nuclear submarine crew led by Capt. Marcus Chaplin, who defies orders to fire nuclear missiles.
George Clooney, Kristen Wiig
George Clooney, Kristen Wiig and Kathy Bates are among the list of presenters for Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, executive producer Jeff Margolis announced Thursday.
Chelsea Handler has three shows... for now. The sitcom based on her life premiered to so-so numbers Wednesday, though they were good for NBC, which crowed that the program attracted the best viewership in the Wednesday-at-8:30/7:30 time slot in more than a year.
Knock knock. Who's there? Chelsea. Chelsea who?
No, make that Chelsea why? The answer to the question posed in NBC's squalid new sitcom Are You There, Chelsea? (8:30/7:30c) is "not really." Based on late-night spitfire Chelsea Handler's potty-mouthed party-girl memoirs — but dropping the Vodka from the title because that might be, you know, offensive — this smutty but toothless misfire puzzlingly reduces Handler to a supporting role: that of a mousy, whiny born-again sister to the fictional Chelsea, played by That '70s Show's Laura Prepon with a one-note husky-voiced crassness that grows stale long before the first scene (in a women's jail cell) ends with Glee's Dot Marie Jones leering at Chelsea. Which is maybe the only sexual advance Chelsea spurns. As long as she can be on top. Which she mentions a lot.
After seven seasons as Lois Lane on Smallville, Erica Durance has lassoed another iconic comic-book-based role. The Canadian actress guest stars on tonight's episode of Harry's Law as Annie Bilson, a victim of domestic violence who suffers a psychotic break and believes she is Wonder Woman (9/8c, NBC). "This is her...
Erica Durance, who starred on The CW's Smallville as Lois Lane, is about to kick some butt on Harry's Law (Wednesdays, 9/8c, NBC).
Durance takes on the role of a somewhat mentally unstable woman who believes she's Wonder Woman. Her character, Annie Bilson, will find herself on the wrong side of the law when she metes out her own form of justice. (Get the scoop on her role and what it was like to put on the superhero costume here.)
ABC's reigning Emmy-winning sitcom Modern Family returned from its holiday hiatus to its usual perch atop Wednesday's prime-time ratings, Nielsen overnights show.
The show improved by some 10 percent over its last first-run on Dec. 7; the network's other sitcoms also were all up compared with their last fresh outings on that date.
It's the moment Smallville fans have been waiting for: Erica Durance is wearing the real Wonder Woman costume. She just didn't do it until her guest appearance on Harry's Law.
Durance, who earlier this year said goodbye to the role of Lois Lane after Smallville ended its 10-year run, will play a somewhat mentally unstable woman who believes she truly is Wonder Woman in the Wednesday, Jan. 11 episode of Harry's Law. TVGuide.com hit the set to find out what it's like to put on the costume, which is of the same design worn by Adrianne Palicki in David E. Kelley's defunct Wonder Woman pilot. Also, Durance tackles the Lois Lane vs. Wonder Woman question...